Winning the F1 race is fueled by fast cars, IoT, and Big Data predictions

Winning the F1 race is fueled by fast cars, #IoT and Big Data predictions

  • But the F1 races are no longer just about gutsy drivers and fancy car parts – now they are just as much about big data and cognitive computing with reams of streaming data that help drivers use predictive analytics to take less risks and gain more ground.
  • Watson™ Internet of Things (IoT) for Automotive has teamed up with Honda R&D to add 160 sensors throughout their F1 race vehicles to collect data by using IoT and Watson in real time helping drivers adjust strategies on the fly for the best outcomes.
  • Honda previously took a break from F1 racing but is celebrating its return with a newly designed hybrid engine that the company developed for race cars and consumer vehicles.

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@simonlporter: “Winning the F1 race is fueled by fast cars, #IoT and Big Data predictions”


Honda and IBM have announced their Watson Internet of Things (IoT) for Automotive partnership for F1 cars with 160 car sensors streaming data in real time.


Winning the F1 race is fueled by fast cars, IoT, and Big Data predictions

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